Week 4: HS football scores from the future UPDATED

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The Massey Ratings went 22-6 (78.5%) for the games in Week 4, the best performance so far this season. That said, it thoroughly missed on a couple of games.

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Here are projected scores for this week’s high school football games, using the USA Today Massey Ratings projections. The projections have been running at about a 70% accuracy rate this season – much better than a coin flip.

Thursday

Biggersville 28, Houlka 21 (Biggersville, 52-50)

Falkner 26, Vardaman 20 (Vardaman won, 34-26)

Friday

Houston 27, Ackerman 14 (Houston, 17-13)

Mooreville 42, Alcorn Central 14 (Mooreville, 47-6)

Baldwyn 20, Belmont 14 (Belmont won, 39-20)

Benton County 13, Thrasher 12 (Thrasher won, 35-6)

Corinth 41, Bolivar (Tenn.) Central 14 (Corinth, 43-12)

Byhalia 32, Holly Springs 7 (Byhalia, 38-6)

Caledonia 28, East Webster 8 (Caledonia, 27-10)

Calhoun City 41, Velma Jackson 20 (Calhoun City, 26-21)

Coldwater 42, Tupelo Christian 20 (Coldwater, 46-14)

Lafayette 42, Duval Charter (Fla.) 0 (Lafayette, 69-0)

Mantachie 36, East Union 28 (Mantachie, 41-6)

Hamilton 42, Hatley 14 (Hamilton, 52-8)

Amory 35, New Albany 28 (Amory, 30-21)

Immanuel Christian 42, New Site 18 (Immanuel 82-80 … seriously, 82-80)

North Pontotoc 41, South Pontotoc 20 (North Pontotoc, 47-31)

Noxubee County 34, Aberdeen 6 (Noxubee, 45-0)

Nettleton 21, Okolona 0 (Okolona won, 61-14)

Oxford 34, Senatobia 8 (Oxford, 34-14)

Pontotoc 20, Ripley 16 (Pontotoc, 34-27)

Potts Camp 14, Strayhorn 10 (Potts Camp, 18-7)

Saltillo 28, Booneville 14 (Saltillo, 34-33)

Tupelo 35, Shannon 14 (Tupelo, 24-16)

Kossuth 28, Tishomingo County 22 (Tish County won, 15-12)

Walnut 27, Middleton (Tenn.) 14 (Middleton won, 38-28)

Water Valley 27, Bruce 24 (Water Valley 17-16)

West Point 21, Starkville 14 (West Point, 47-22)

Notes: The rankings have Jackson Prep No. 1 and Meridian No. 2 in the state, which does give us pause. First time I can remember seeing a state academy school at No. 1. … The top-ranked school in the Journal’s circulation area is Oxford at No. 8.